Node selection is described in the Introduction. Selected nodes can be moved by dragging in the touch area, you can enable a large drag area in the preferences. You can edit tags for selected nodes.
Note: some of these actions will only be visible if they can actually be executed on the selected node. For example you can only merge a node with a way or node if the selected node is in their tolerance zone.
Tapping the icon once will undo the last operation. A long press will display a list of the operations since the last save, if you have undone anything a corresponding "redo" action will be displayed. If the undo results in the current selected object being removed you will be returned to the main screen. Some operations consist of multiple simpler actions that will be listed as individual items.
Starts the property editor on the current selection.
Add to the way this node is part of. The "Append" action is only available if the node in question is an end node of a way.
Create an additional node at this location and use it instead of the original node in one of the ways. The "Unjoin" action is only available if the node in question is an end node of two ways.
Merge the selected node with a way (as a new way node) or with an existing node. To make this tool appear in toolbar, select a node and move it next to a way.
Extract the selected node from all ways that it is a member of and replace it with a newly created one. The original node retains all tags and relation memberships and remains selected. After extracting, drag the node to its new position.
Copy the way to the internal copy and paste buffer.
Move the way to the internal copy and paste buffer removing it fron the data.
Remove the object from the data.
Start Multi-Select mode with the current selected element.
Create a relation and add this object as the first element. Further objects can be added until "Done" is selected, then the property editor will be started on the new relation.
Manually set longitude and latitude values for the coordinates of this node.
Show a screen with some detailed information on the selected object.
Zoom to selection
Pan and zoom the map to the currently selected object.
Share the position of the selected object with other apps on the device.
Show the user preference screens. The settings are split into two sets: the first screen contains the more commonly used preferences, the "Advanced preferences" contains the less used ones.
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